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Everton face Bolton in the FA Cup fourth round and will be looking to beat the Trotters for the first time in the domestic competition in over a century.
David Moyes has seen his side play near flawless football in the club's most recent stretch having lost only once in the last 12 matches in all competitions and will have to maintain that intensity if they are to come away with a victory at the Reebok stadium.
Moyes will have to fill the void at left back as Leighton Baines, who suffered an ankle injury during their English Premier League clash with Southampton, is not expected to feature. Baines will most likely be replaced with Bryan Oviedo, who has been a regular part of the Toffees' bench.
The opposite side of the defense will also see a change as Phil Neville is expected to start at right-back after Seamus Coleman left the pitch against Southampton on Monday night following a hip injury.
Neville will not be alone as Darron Gibson and Tony Hibbert are still recovering from their respective injuries and are not expected to see any playing time.
Bolton manager Dougie Freedman and recent signing Craig Dawson will both have to watch from the touchline as Dawson came on as a late substitute during West Brom's third round tie against Queens Park Rangers and will be unable to make his debut for the club on Saturday.
Everton have yet to lose a game in 2013 and have lost just one of their last 12 matches, but Bolton has dominated them in the FA Cup having not lost to Everton in the competition since 1908.
Kick-off for the match is at 10:00 a.m. ET and can be watched online here.